NXP makes microchips that are so small that you can hardly see them with the naked eye. These chips are in your phone, but also in cars to make them beep when you reverse. Did you know that the scale of a microchip is so tiny that colour does not even exist? Many people can’t imagine what a microchip looks like up close.
As a designer, Michelle shows you how enchanting a chip looks on a microscopic scale. Connections in a chip are made at different heights and therefore have different functions. When you zoom in on a chip, a whole landscape is revealed, just like a city. Michelle wants to show you what it’s like to wander through the landscape of a chip with a surreal view.